The South African government has introduced radical new economic measures to address the problem of wealth distribution
S&P Global Ratings warned it could cut country's debt to junk if the economy doesn’t improve or if institutions are weakened by political interference
South Africa escapes 'junk' rating; reprieve strengthens finance minister Gordhan in Zuma tug-of-war
Analysts see the decision as a sign that "Zuma cannot survive without Gordhan, even though their relationship will continue to be very rocky"
Tough being finance minister when your worst enemy is the president – just ask South Africa’s Gordhan
“I don’t think it would be easy for any finance minister in any country in the world to operate in this kind of environment”
Investors already consider South Africa more risky than some junk-rated countries
"These are epidemic proportions," says an expert. Half of adult women and a third of adult men in South Africa are "overweight"
Cash fleeing South Africa in longest run of outflows since 1999; unlikely to end with cloud hanging over Zuma
Direct investments by South Africans abroad more than doubled in the fourth quarter from the previous three months
They concluded Zuma will only step down after local government elections later this year
Big hitters in economy join fray in uproar over ‘state capture’ by influential family as their interests threatened by uncertainty.
Zuma battles to save presidency as dirt piles up and ANC warns of 'mafia state'; top party organ meets this weekend
The good news: bonds have surged this week and the rand rallied for the second day, as investors reckon Zuma's grip on power is loosening
Minister makes extraordinary claims in latest scandal to hit Zuma presidency.
Extraordinary fight for control of vital ministry, seen as one of the last bastions of governance, leaving many nervous about the future.
Pravin Gordhan is seen under siege, but he can't quit as that could send the economy into a tailspin. What to do?
Gordhan’s criticism of the tax agency chief, who’s supported by Zuma, was widely as the latest blow in a deepening power struggle
Gordhan instructed Moyane to halt a restructuring plan at the South African Revenue Service. Moyane defied him
Domestic investors more than doubled the amount sent overseas to $1.65 billion in the third quarter. There’s no sign they’re returning
Tale of two economies: World Bank nearly halves S. Africa forecast, Tanzania bumps up projections to 7.2%
South Africa 'is flirting with recession' after a year of major shocks, but in Tanzania, the future seemingly has never been so rosy
'It seems that the president’s advisers are either not briefing him properly or there is a general trend in the ANC to leave him to hang out and dry'
Some political parties have criticised the #zumamustfall movement for only representing the interests of the middle class